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You say in French 🇫🇷

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you say tu dis
How to say “you say” in French? “Tu dis”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “tu dis” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on you say in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “You say”

French sentence with “tu dis” English translation for tu dis S

Ce n’est pas ce que tu dis

It’s not what you say

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Tips to remember the French word “tu dis”:
– “Tu” is the informal French pronoun for “you,” and is very similar to English “thou,” which is also a singular informal second-person pronoun in archaic English.
– “Dis” comes from the verb “dire,” which means “to say.” To link “dire” to “say,” you might think of a director who tells (says) actors what to do.

– “Tu dis” is the present tense form of the verb “dire” for the second person singular. It literally translates to “you say” or “you are saying” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Tu parles” can also convey a similar meaning as in “you speak” or “you are speaking.”
– “Tu exprimes” from the verb “exprimer” meaning “you express.”

“Dire” in different conjugations:
– Infinitive: Dire (to say)
– Present:
– Je dis (I say)
– Tu dis (you say, informal)
– Il/Elle dit (he/she says)
– Nous disons (we say)
– Vous dites (you say, formal or plural)
– Ils/Elles disent (they say)
– Past (Passé Composé):
– J’ai dit (I said)
– Tu as dit (you said)
– Il/Elle a dit (he/she said)
– Nous avons dit (we said)
– Vous avez dit (you said)
– Ils/Elles ont dit (they said)
– Imperfect Past:
– Je disais (I was saying)
– Tu disais (you were saying)
– Il/Elle disait (he/she was saying)
– Nous disions (we were saying)
– Vous disiez (you were saying)
– Ils/Elles disaient (they were saying)
– Future:
– Je dirai (I will say)
– Tu diras (you will say)
– Il/Elle dira (he/she will say)
– Nous dirons (we will say)
– Vous direz (you will say)
– Ils/Elles diront (they will say)

Examples of sentences that use “tu dis”:
– “Tu dis toujours la vérité.” (You always tell the truth.)
– “Que tu dis là?” (What are you saying there?)
– “Tu dis que tu peux venir, mais ensuite tu annules à chaque fois.” (You say you can come, but then you cancel every time.)
– “Fais attention à ce que tu dis devant les enfants.” (Be careful what you say in front of the children.)

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